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its job and you'll hear from senator rob portman and the news media telling president obama to go for the throat of the g.o.p. tonight he's fighting back and blaming his critics, all that and much more ahead. on the record starts right now. >> we should start with spending and debt. >> we haven't had a budget here for almost four years. >> in washington d.c., and i think we can agree on one thing that the worst-run institution in america is the united states congress. we need to do something different. >> i've never had this happen in my lifetime. i've never been alive where there is a genuine viceral fear of action by government against individuals. >> it's my hope that the president will finally be willing to do what republicans have been asking him to do since his first inauguration four years ago. >> i'm very glad that they-- i want to congratulate the house for directing people's attention to the failure of the senate under leader reid to bring us a budget to the floor. >> we support the idea that that ought not to be a political football that by becoming that, does damage to
in the tank for barack obama they've been pushing him since 2004 senate campaign. she has every reason to thank them, they should have said you're welcome. >> sean: one side note did you notice george stephanopoulos misidentified the celtics star bill russell for morgan freeman? watch this. >> look at the crowd gathering now. that is morgan freeman. bill russell. i'm sorry. >> whoops, sorry. just a small accident. yes. >> that is funny but have you to ask yourself if a conservative had done that, what would have been reaction? conservatives can't tell one black man from another. >> sean: let's go to al roker screaming like a groupie when the president -- this is a great take. watch this. >> mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! how is it going? is the weather good? is that fantastic? all right, mr. president! >> that is huge. >> there you have it. the first interview with the newly reinaugurated 44th president of the united states, al roker. let's double down. see what you can do with the vice president i'm gooding to give it a try. mr. vice president! mr. vice pr
was a senator from illinois named barack obama. he carried their water on blocking this pathway to citizenship when he was in the senate. the afl-cio put out a press release yesterday talking about the importance of not compromising on citizenship. so the unions themselves -- there are a lot of cross-currents here. the unions themselves don't want an influx of new workers in america, do they? >> no, they don't. that's one of the reasons this organizing for action, jim messina's full-time job is trying to get the union's in line, but it's going to be hard. it's hard on the democratic side. we're not even talking about the difficulty on the republican side getting it through the house. this is a senate democratic problem. >> so the republicans in the house, in effect, could stare at harry reid's senate and say okay, immigration reform, that's great. you guys pass it. >> say bring it. >> yeah, bring it. gun control, great. you guys pass it, we'll look at it. gay marriage, if you want to nationalize it, go ahead. you guys pass it. we'll look -- i mean, they could do this on every one of the presid
for barack obama, they've been pushing him since the 2004 senate campaign. so, she has every reason to thank them and they should have said you're welcome. >> sean: just one side note before we get back to media bias, did you notice george stephanopoulos misidentified the great basketball star bill russell for morgan freeman. >> and look at that, morgan freeman, i think, right there on the capitol steps, bill russell. >> sean: oops, sorry. a small accident. >> yes. >> and you know, that's a slip and that is funny, but you have to ask yourself if a conservative had done that, what would have been the-- >>. >> racism. >> pt conservatives are so out of touch couldn't tell one black man from another. >> sean: and let's go to al roker screaming like a groupie when the vice-president-- >> watch this. >> mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! how is it going? is the weather good? is that fantastic? all right, mr. president! >> wow, there you have it the first interview with the newly reinaugurated 44th president of the united states. al roker, let's doubledown. and see what you
to face harsh questions in the senate and house. up first is the senate foreign relations committee where republicans rand paul and john mccain are among the new members. both are vocal critics of how the obama administration respond responded to the attack and they've demanded to hear from clinton for months. the secretary was unable to make her previously scheduled tm in december due to illness, so this will be the first time that the secretary publicly answers questions about why officials denied multiple requests for additional security at the benghazi compound. she will also be asked about whether a lack of funding played a role in those decisions. clinton will try to refocus the testimony on her attempts to fix what investigators called systemic failures in leadership and management at senior levels at the state department. she will be prepped upon the department's response. a new high threat security was created and four officials were put on administrative leave as a result of the investigation, yet all four remain on the government payroll. the current c
seen that since president obama took over. i don't think they agreed on anything. at least they got a three-month delay. >>steve: plus the senate democrats are talking about we should come up with something. this could be a game changer. >>brian: let's talk about afghanistan. now that he's out of afghanistan, prince harry in fatigues talked about his stay there, what he was doing during that time. he also even talked about what he was doing in las vegas and was disappointed with himself but also privacy is privacy. -- you're right, you glue up in england. more of steve's bioon wikipedia. >>gretchen: that's what happens when you get interrupted. >>steve: i know so much about you. >>brian: prince harry left afghanistan on monday, which meant it was okay for the british press to start writing some of the interviews that they had accrued with him. and so here's a snippet of harry himself, the prince, describing what he did during his four months in afghanistan. >> take a life to save a life. [inaudible] it's people trying to [inaudible] a joy for me. [inaudible] >>brian: he says you kil
caucus, meaning it will pass. democrats would prefer a longer term solution. senate majority leader harry reid has expressed support for the house bill. the white house says president obama won't stand in the way of it becoming law. ross? >> yeah. >>> we've been asking as a result here in davos how well u.s. lawmakers' persistent failure to come up with a permanent solution impact the u.s. economy. this is some of these views. >> the lack of decisions in the u.s., kicking the can down the road will be a drag. i think it will be a slower start in the united states as a result generally. >> actually very concerned because the issue is demography, medicare. it's not -- everybody focuses on the cost of running the state. about 15% to 20%. but in the short term, i think actually there will be answers. >> longer term, i think u.s. will be supported by the shale gas and the shale oil industry that is growing very fast at the moment. the energy bill will did g down a lot and they'll be much more competitive. i think the debt problems will resolve themselves. >> all right. that's the views of some
and then the senate. i would hope senator reed would go through the ordinary process of having the senate pass a bill and let's put it on the floor and pass amendments. i would like to have offsetting spending cuts. we did this last time. president obama agreed to dollar for dollar spending cuts for every dollar the debt cell was raised. it's 22 times we have used the debt ceiling to reinact really substantial reforms. we need those reforms more than ever. the,000 is taking the first step. i hope the senate will do its work and i will push to off-set some of this. >> you don't have a problem with using the debt ceiling as a means to negotiate this. >> i don't. this president won't agree voluntarily to cut a dime of spending and thinks we need more spending, not less. the only time we were able to get him to agree with spending reductions was the last time we were arguing over the debt limit. it's not optimal, not my first choice. i think we have to use whatever tools are available to us. we are on an unsustainable path. the overspending is costing us economic growth and costing us jobs. >> do republi
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